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Administrative Offices

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Principal Glenn Widor
Main Office, 670-8001

Mr. Widor has enjoyed serving the Thomas community as a teacher, assistant principal and principal since it re-opened as a high school in 2001.  Mr. Widor graduated from St. John Fisher with a degree in English education and SUNY Geneseo with a Masters in Special Education.  He received his administrative certification from SUNY Brockport.  Mr. Widor often says he has the “best job in world” because he enjoys promoting the Titan culture while providing students with an outstanding educational program. Mr. Widor lives in Webster with his wife and three sons, and enjoys running in Webster park and cheering on the New York Yankees. 

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Assistant Principal Kylene Anson
(A-E) Gold House, 670-0802

Mrs. Anson became a member of the Thomas administrative team in 2018 after serving as an Assistant Principal at Willink Middle School for several years. Prior to her time in Webster, she was an administrator in Victor and taught both Special Education and English. She graduated from SUNY Geneseo with a Bachelor’s degree in Special Education, English and Elementary Education and earned a Master’s Degree from St. John Fisher in Literacy. Mrs. Anson then completed her administrative program through SUNY Brockport. She and her husband are blessed with two children and three loving dogs.  She enjoys spending time with family, being outside, and listening to music. Go Bills!

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Assistant Principal Andy Maillet
F-L) Blue House, 670-0801

Dr. Maillet came to Thomas High School in 2013.  He has a Bachelor's degree in Mathematics and Special Education and Master’s degrees in Education and School Counseling from Niagara University.  Additionally, he earned a doctorate in Educational Leadership from the University of Rochester.  Dr. Maillet has experience as a high school math teacher, an instructional math coach, and the coordinator of an Alternative Middle School.  He has helped usher Thomas into the world of social media through Twitter, Flickr, the Titan blog and the school webpage.  Dr. Maillet has a wife and three kids and spends much of his time with them, cheering for the Buffalo Bills, swimming, and skiing.

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Assistant Principal Karen Murray
(M-R) Blue House, 670-8043

Mrs. Murray joined the Thomas High School administrative team in 2017.  She graduated from Nazareth College with a Bachelor’s degree in History and Elementary and Special Education and Master’s degree in Literacy.  Additionally, she earned her administrative certifications from SUNY Brockport.   Mrs. Murray has experience as a K-12 assistant principal, undergraduate and graduate adjunct professor, and a literacy specialist. Mrs. Murray lives in Webster with her husband and two sons.  She enjoys spending time in the Thousand Islands with family, cheering on the Buffalo Bills, and playing soccer.  

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Assistant Principal Mary Kidd
(S-Z) Gold House, 670-8044

Mrs. Kidd came to the Webster Central School District in 2003 after working as a school psychologist and administrator in Greece.   She graduated from SUNY Fredonia with a Bachelor’s degree in psychology and Alfred University with a Master’s degree in School Psychology.  Mrs. Kidd completed her administrative program through SUNY Brockport.  She has two sons who are currently in the armed forces and enjoys spending time golfing with her husband, and cheering on the Denver Broncos and New York Yankees with her two shih tzus.

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